Yes. Precision Landing function is subject to the following:
1. The Home Point is recorded when taking-off and cannot not be refreshed during flight.
2. The aircraft takes off vertically (10 m).
Terrain Feature Detection:
The aircraft takes off and flies 30 m above the ground. When the aircraft flies within 20 m from the Home Point, the senor will scan the terrain. When the current terrain matches with the Home Point's terrain, the aircraft will land.
When the aircraft is beyond 20 m away from the Home Point, press the RTH button on the remote controller or tap the RTH button in the app, the aircraft will return to home, match with the image information from takeoff, move horizontally, or yaw to change its nose direction to achieve precision landing.
When the aircraft is landing, use the remote controller to control the following:
1. Pull the throttle stick downward to increase the descending speed.
2. Pulling the throttle stick upward or moving the control stick in any direction will stop Precision Landing. The aircraft will descend vertically and the Landing Protection will remain active.
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